Fairview Developmental Center (FDC), located on 114 acres of state-owned land in Orange County, opened in 1959 and serves people with developmental and intellectual disabilities.
FDC is one of four State-operated facilities within the Department of Developmental Services (DDS) and is a multi-disciplinary, service-oriented residential facility licensed by the California Department of Public Health. FDC provides general acute care, skilled nursing care, intermediate care, and acute crises services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Admissions to FDC require a court order and are limited to the Southern STAR acute crisis center for individuals requiring short-term treatment and stabilization in order to return to their home in the community.
Services provided within the FDC community occur on a continuum and include 24-hour health care supervision, a structured medical, nursing and social/behavioral environment and a habilitation program designed to enhance their independence and life skills. Services also include training in daily living, vocational skill development, leisure, academic advancement, communication, mobility, socialization and community integration, both on campus and in community settings.
The hospital accepts various types of health insurance, but individual coverage may be variable. You should check with your insurance whether the hospital is in network or not. You can make payment via cash, online, credit card or debit card.
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You can request an appointment with specific doctor on hospital's website or make appointment request on HealthSoul.
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